Twenty-eight students representing Evergreen Middle School recently attended the We the People National Invitational sponsored by the Center for Civic Education. The team was invited to attend the national event in May after they competed at the high school level, Washington state showcase in January.
All her ducks in a row – Inglewood student takes first in Washington state Junior Duck Stamp program
Sara Sunil, an eighth grader at Inglewood Middle School, took home first place and best in show for her artwork in the 2021 Junior Duck Stamp program. Sara’s drawing of a mother and her three chicks represented Washington state in the national competition. The top three winners at the national competition win scholarship money and the overall winner’s art becomes the design for a commemorative art stamp. Sara’s artwork did not place in the top three, but she did come away with a certificate and prize for top place finish at state.
According to the program’s website, the annual art contest encourages students to observe wildlife and create their vision of the colorful, winged waterfowl that grace wetlands across North America. The objective is to create an original depiction of waterfowl while learning about waterfowl and wetland habitats and submit it to the contest.